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Recurrence rate after pta of pelvic and leg arteries depending on selected risk factors and the antithrombotic follow up treatment



Recurrence rate after pta of pelvic and leg arteries depending on selected risk factors and the antithrombotic follow up treatment



Vasa Supplementum (33): 182




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